"I'd forgotten who I was because I was so busy trying to be a full time wife and parent for the last 10 years. Emily helped me rediscover my passions and purpose in life. Now I feel clear about my direction professionally and can enjoy my time with my family."

Rachael Ansar

“Since starting one-to-one executive coaching with Emily Rogers one year ago, my confidence and clarity has crystallised.  

I have moved from not being able to articulate what I want, to now saying what I want (without a stutter) and advocating for it.
My work with Emily has taught me to carve out time for self-reflection, question self-limiting beliefs, clarify my personal goals, and practise the habit-forming behaviours that will help me reach my goals.
It’s not uncommon for women to get stuck mid-career.  The confidential coaching has been exactly what I’ve needed to push through.
While I still have a way to go, the path is becoming clearer.”

Susan Moore, Australian Public Servant

"If you are wanting to achieve a goal but are unsure how to get there Emily has the insight, skills and professionalism to help you.

She manages to break down the goal into bit size chunks from the beginning to the end goal in sight.

At all times Emily is wise, helpful and very easy to talk to. She has the ability to clear away the clutter occupying your mind and make you see things more clearly.

I highly recommend Emily, she has a real gift with helping people and always offers advice with compassion and kindness."

A Coaching Client

“The support group is a great way to meet people from your own tribe, connect and help one another. It provides a better start to expat life and even when this expat life has already started, you can learn so much from the group!” Marlies Wouters 


“Before starting with the support group I was worried about arriving in a new country, supporting and sorting my family needs, making new friends, and finding time and things for me. The support group gave me focus and time along with the resources to help me”. Emma Unsworth


“My situation when starting was very stressful, and my headspace was a mess. Now I am in a much better headspace, and the resources have helped with that.” An Expat Mum

“My biggest concern was helping my daughter transition. The support group was very helpful and provided me the opportunity to talk about it in a non judging atmosphere. The resources provided were great. And I found other mums who were having similar issues.” Helen Murphy


“I felt like I was in a ball pit, all the balls were in the air and I just had to grab what I could. With the group, I realise you have to give yourself time to settle and prioritise. Recognise that you can change some things, but some is outside your realm and you have to let it go.” An Expat Mum


“I was exhausted! In the group I have learned to focus more on myself. We have so much in common. We can help each other and I have someone to talk to. I am more relaxed and happier now, and that makes my kids happier too!” An Expat Mum


“I was stressed about my kids, I was constantly worried about their school lives and their well being. The support group helped me to drop the guilty feelings, I know I am not the only one with this concern and I can trust that it will all be alright in the end. The fact that I could ask someone was nice, especially because people have kids in the same age groups.” An Expat Mum


“I was struggling with feeling settled. The support group provided friendship, and helped me to know my problems were not unique.” Jessica Wang Simula


“The support group is a great way to make friends and also make a successful transition to a new culture” An Expat Mum


“Some great resources and ideas shared! Generally recognising that there are many opportunities to make positive changes in our life.” An Expat Mum